Asked by Shana77, 33317 • Thu Nov 12, 2009
We were served with a foreclosure complaint last week. Prior to this our lender had qualifed us for the Making Home Affordable plan. When we got the lawsuit we called the bank's lawyers and asked for the total amount for reinstatement which we later received. They are charging $6000 in fees on top of the missed months. When we called, they asked us to fax them a proposal. We offered to pay for the missed months but not the fees. The next day we received a package requesting documents and giving us 3 months of trial payments. We don't think the bank and the attorneys are communicating on this and we don't know what to do. We don't want to lose our house. We'd like to reinstate the mortgage (we'd borrow the money) and still try for the modification. Is this possible? We're afraid to just go for the loan mod and then not get it for some reason and then we'll be in a worse position than we are now. Does anyone have any suggestions as to what our best course of action would be?
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